MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- A casino owner who admitted offering bribes is scheduled to return to the witness stand in Alabama's gambling corruption trial.
Country Crossing casino owner Ronnie Gilley is due to start his sixth day of testimony Thursday in Montgomery.
A lawyer for indicted state Sen. Harri Anne Smith of Slocomb will be questioning Gilley. Gilley testified Wednesday that he spent $217,000 sponsoring a fundraising event for Smith that raised less than $10,000. Smith's lawyer maintains Gilley has exaggerated his support of Smith's campaign.
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